Does a Harder Strength Training Workout Really Equal Greater Strength Training Results?

In today’s exercise field the majority of participants have been grossly misled to believe that more time put in the gym will produce greater strength training results. That is not true and is especially not true when it comes to building muscular strength and size. Currently, the majority of people incorporate some type of weight […]

Do You Know Your Key Indicator for Greater Muscular Strength Development?

  Research shows that “neurological efficiency”  (a person’s ability to utilize a certain percentage of mucsle in a given response) varies from person to person. Those who possess high “neurological efficiency” are able to contract a higher percentage of muscle mass which gives them an advantage in muscular strength and power. These individuals with lower […]